The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 13, 1949, Page 13, Image 13

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    U. S. Halts Further Removal Of
Japanese Plants As War Payments
WASHINGTON, May 13 UP)
The United States Thursday or
dered a halt in further removals
of Japanese plants as war repa
rations. Maj. Gen. Frank R. McCoy, the
American representative, told the
ll-nation Far Eastern Commis
sion that even industrial plants
classed as "primary war facili
ties" are needed by Japan to has
ten its economic recovery.
The deliveries ordered halted
were advance deliveries of plants
and equipment which the Com
mission already had earmarked
ROOFING
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for removal.
ine reparations have gone In
limited quantities to China, the
Philippines, Netherlands for the
Netherlands Indies, and Britain
jor ourma, Maylaya and far east
ern colonial possessions.
' The background to the Ameri
can action is this:
Because of disagreements as to
wnai snare each country should
receive, the Far Eastern Commis
sion nas never worked out
scneauie of final reparations
from Japan. The commission is
maae up ol representatives from
the allies who took part in the
war against Japan.
Fending agreement on final
reparations, the United States, as
me principal occupying power,
has been making so-called "ad
vance deliveries" to the Philip
pines, China, the Netherlands and
Britain.
That is, the properties were de
livered in advance of final agree
ment and to be charged against
whatever share of reparations
was eventually awarded those na-
UUIIS.
The United States has now de
cided to end such deliveries.
DRAINBOARD TOPS
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IN SUTHERLIN. MAY 31
DURING MONTH OF MAY
PRICES
CUT TO THE BONE
WITH FITTING PERFECTION
MAX SCHWARTZ
Clothier and Tailor
124 W. Cass Rot Ah IIP
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Chrysler Corporation Honors Oregon
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Oregon's Jobless Rate Now Under National Average
SALEM, Ore., May 13. UP
Oregon's unemployment rate now
is under the national average
of 6 percent. Last February it
climbed to 13.3 percent, highest
in the country:
The State Unemployment Com
pensation Commission said that
of the 90,000 persons who were
jobless in February, half have
already gone back to work. About
Grip Of Boy, 5, Saves
Him In Fall Over Cliff
PITTSBURGH, May 13. W)
Five-year-old Jimmy Lardo can
thank his lucky stars he has a
strong grip for a little boy.
Jimmy slipped while walking
along the top of a 60-foot cliff
Wednesday. His fall was broken
by a small tree and Jimmy clung
to it for dear life.
Firemen . were summoned but
were unable to negotiate the steep
slope to reach the youngster. An
extension ladder was then brought
to the scene and run up to the
top of the cliff. Two firemen car
ried Jimmy to safety.
The firemen said Jimmy re
mained as "cool as a cucumber"
during his ordeal.
The estimated number of ma
chines in the U. S. selling liquids,
in Dottles or cups, is about Ui.-
000.
The state of Oregon was honored at the Detroit Flower show when
a special exhibit depicting Oregon's beautiful plant life was built for the
Chrysler Corporation Gardens. The state s native plants were placed
against a background typical of the Oregon scenery. The Chrysler I
Corporation Gardens, whick covered 30,000 square feet, had exhibits of
eight states, Canada and Mexico.-
Mike DeCieeo Refuses To Quit Democratic Party Job
PORTLAND, May 13. ) "I
will not resign," Mike DeClcco,
treasurer of the Oregon State
Democratic Central Committee,
told W. L. Josslin, itate chair
man, in a letter yesterday.
Josslin said he had called a
meeting of the Executive Com
mittee to oust DeCicco.
Unfavorable publicity attend
ant on a tiff DeCicco reported he
had at Gearhart with a woman
ex-employee prompted the ouster
move.
DeCicco, in a statement, said
he would not give up the Job
at the behest of "goody goody
Gosslin and the Honeyman in
terests." (Josslin's name was formerly
spelled with a "G." DeCicco used
Millions More Voted
For Sub Experiments
WASHINGTON, May 13 UP
A House armed services commit
tee Thursday voted to authorize
the Navy to spend $11,000,000
more to complete tow high-speed
experimental submarines. -
The action came after Rear
Adm. David H. Clark told the sub
committee that the $30,000,000
originally estimated would not be
snough.
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THE BARGAIN HOUSE
444 N. Jackson at the Corner of Court & Jackson
Announcing the opening of "The Bargain House"
Roseburg's Newest Used Furniture Home
OPENING SPECIALS
4 0nly Box Spring Mattress Sets 19.95 set
8 0n,y New Unpointed Chairs 4.95 each
2 : New 4-Drawer Unpointed Chests 16.95 ea.
1 0nly Baby Carriage, collapsible 15.00
3 0nly Matching Davenport-Chair Sets 39.95 set
20nly BedDavenos . .45.00 ea.
yum!
We Buy and Sell Anything of Value
New and Used
Household Furniture
Electrical Appliances
Tools Unfinished Furniture
Guns Radios
WHAT HAVE YOU
Linoleum
Cameras
Top Cash Prices Paid for Your Unwanted Items
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
444 N. Jackson Stre-t
"Come in and try a BARGAIN HOUSE Buy"
that spelling in his statement.
Nancy Honeyman Robinson is
the national commltteewoman.
Her name was mentioned by
Josslin as a backer of the oustgr
move.)
DeCicco said the Democratic
party leaders should bear in
mind they have no Oregon con
gressional representation and
should build the party rather
than engage in lights within the
party.
WALLPAPER
200 Patterns
1So t 11.20
Page Lumber & Fuel
164 E. 2nd Ave. S.
Phone 212
halt of the remainder will get
Jobs in seasonal farm work.
The Commission said It has
paid $30,000,000 in benefits to
veterans since the end of World
War II. This money went to
93,000 veterans, or about half of
an the service men ana women
in Oregon.
But only 5,843 veterans drew
the maximum benefits to wmcn
they were entitled.
Employer payrolls this year
have been running about 10 per
cent less than last year, the
Commission said.
Friday, 13, Exonerated As
Day Of Extra Bad Luck
CHICAGO, May 13.-iJP Are
you superstitious, or do you think
superstition is a lot of bunk?
Well, the National Safety Coun
cil made a survey to find out
how unperstitious people are
about Friday the 13th. It was the
only day-by-day check ever made
bv the council on motor vehicle
deaths.
The result?
Fridav the 13th was 17 per
cent safer than the two Fridays
preceding and tho two Fridays
after that date.
NEW LOCATION!
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Palmer Chiropractor
Rifle Range Road
410 mi. North of
County Shops
Office Hours 10-12 and 3-S
Saturdays 10-12 A. M .
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